'Monica guarantees an awesome night for all'

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'Monica brings a genuinely infectious enthusiasm to the stage'

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As seen, heard, staged and featured on BBC Three, BBC News, BBC Click, ITVBe, London Live, BBC History, BBC Radio London, Talk Radio, Global Pillage, The Comedy Store, Hoopla Impro, Omnibus Theatre, Boulevard Theatre, Battersea Arts Centre, The Guardian, Timeout and more... 

 

Monica Gaga is a British-born black African queer improviser, facilitator, host and scripted actor and performer.

 

She trained in Community Theatre at East 15 Acting School, and her boundless love for improv stems from time spent at Second City in Chicago.

 

When she is not performing, hosting or teaching, Monica is championing diversity, inclusion and equity in improv and trying to get as many people, particularly POC, involved as possible.

Monica is based in London, UK.

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Track Monica down: 

  • Inclusion in improv with Monica Gaga and Stephen Davidson
    Zoom
  • Waking Up with Mo & Jo
    Live on Facebook
  • Working with Young People Online: Improv & Empowerment with Monica Gaga
    Zoom
  • Waking Up with Mo & Jo
    Live on Facebook
  • Crash Landing - Online BIPOC improv workshop
    Zoom hosted by Hoopla Impro
  • HELL YEAH!
    Hoopla Impro
  • HELL YEAH!
    Hoopla Impro
  • Waking Up with Mo & Jo
    Live on Facebook
  • The Committee
    Hoopla Impro
  • Waking Up with Mo & Jo
    Live on Facebook
  • Crash Landing - Online BIPOC improv workshop
    Zoom hosted by Hoopla Impro
  • HERLARIOUS: CREATIVE VOICES
    Online Event
  • HERLARIOUS: CREATIVE VOICES
    Online Event
  • Waking Up with Mo & Jo
    Live on Facebook
  • Waking Up with Mo & Jo
    Live on Facebook
  • Waking Up with Mo & Jo
    Live on Facebook
  • TBD
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Images with thanks to Stephen Lee, Amar Chundavadra, Unai Garcia, London Podcast Festival, Bob Stafford, Stephen Buggy and Lee Pullen